Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc says the porpoising in F1 cars make “you feel a bit ill,” but hopes that engineers will be able to fix the issue.

Multiple drivers are complaining about the issue and some even brought up it could be a safety concern once the racing begins.

“It feels like turbulence on an aeroplane, going up and down the whole straight,” said Leclerc.

“I think one of the videos that F1 posted shows this phenomenon quite well, and I can’t say it feels nice. It makes you a little bit ill, but it’s okay.

“It’s still very early days for this project. So it feels like it’s an issue that everyone has in the paddock more or less but yeah, in this paddock all the best engineers of the world are here so I’m pretty sure that we’ll find a solution.”

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